Service Plan Details: ESU 10
Staff Development Services (84-002.05A)
Training and support in the analysis and application of formative, interim, and summative data. Examples: data analysis facilitation, training, and consultation related to classroom, state, and national data.
Direct support and professional learning for schools engaged in blended learning. Examples: on-site classroom observations, technical assistance support, workshop facilitation, one-on-one consultation
Continuous School Improvement
Consultation, workshops or direct work with school districts to assist with the CIP process. Examples: Steering Committee Meeting, mission/vision work, data retreat to create CIP goal, action plans, program evaluation, preparing for CIP external review
Facilitation of a curriculum alignment process, high quality instructional materials selection, and/or incorporation of standards into classroom practice.
Coordination of distance and online learning.
High Ability Learning
Training, support and consultation for teachers of high ability learners.
Training on foundational pedagogical practices and strategies that can be implemented across content areas. Classroom examples: student engagement, comprehension, classroom management, relationships.
Training, support and consultation for instructional coaches.
Facilitation of supports designed to deepen implementation of research based instructional strategies and classroom practices. System examples: instructional model training; consultation; instructional rounds or learning walks; classroom observation and coaching; professional goal setting assistance
Professional learning and consultation for administrators and teacher leaders in support of district initiatives. Examples: one-on-one consultation; coaching conversations; Strategic Leadership trainings and meetings
Training specific to math instruction, math strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Direct support of MTSS process and practice in school districts. Example activities: team meeting, data analysis, action plans, creating process/protocols, on-site coaching
New Teacher Academy
New teacher and mentor training, on-site support for teachers and mentors and/or consultation.
Training and support provided by NWEA Certified Facilitators. Examples: consultation, training, data analysis for administrators, teachers, and specialists.
Training specific to non-core content instruction and other/non-core consultation. Examples: Social Studies, Fine Arts, Career Education, World Language, Physical Education
Workshop facilitation, webinar training, on-site support and/or consultation.
Provides grant facilitation, management, professional development, and networking for Career and Technical Education teachers through the Carl D Perkins Grant Consortium.
Training specific to reading instruction, reading strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Training, support and consultation for school safety and crisis teams and on-site support.
Training specific to science instruction, science strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Training and support in the development of district-wide practices for teacher or principal evaluation. Examples: Instructional framework adoption; consultation; training in evaluation best practices; administrator observation and data collection; ODIE Staff Evaluation Tool Support
Title I Consortium
TItle I Consortium district consultation, training and support.
Title II-A Consortium
TItle IIA Consortium district consultation, training and support.
Title III - English Learners Consortium
providing support for compliance of Rule 15, including materials acquisition and use, language supports in the classroom, creation and maintaining required documentation, professional learning planning, and program development
Title III- English Learners Instructional Support
English Learners Instructional Support--providing guidance, materials, scheduling, placement, and assessment to schools
Title IV Consortium
Title IV-A Consortium supports the goal of Title IV-A: Well rounded education opportunities, safe and healthy students, and effective use of technology.
Training specific to writing instruction, writing strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Instructional Materials Services (84-002.05C)
Services schools use or purchase from ESU 10; Example: OverDrive
Mobile equipment and technology based modules available to schools that can be utilized to teach STEM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).
Items schools checkout from the ODIE Library. Examples: Star Lab, STEM items and other kits.
District use of hosted apps - ODIE modules (eval, local HD, travel/leave, workshops, assets), IdP/SSO, TUMS/accounts)
Technology support for Building Security systems including cameras, doors, and etc
Support and development for applications including - SIMPL, ODIE all it's modules, AT4ALL, NVIS and etc
Group Purchases for software licenses and/or hosting for Laserfiche Document Management
E-Rate Filing Consultation
E-Rate consultation and support to file forms, and maintain records, and communicate with USAC and vendors as needed.
Google Domain / Apps Support
Google Domain / Apps Support
Internet Access Services
Internet Access, DNS, IP addresses, routing and coordinating related services with 3rd party and Network Nebraska
Monitoring and support for critical network infrastructure
Server Management and Hosting
SIS Support for PowerSchool and related systems
LAN Manager meeting and related technical trainings
Helpdesk supported systems, managed services, Tech Planning, Distance Learning
Technology Integration Support
Direct support and professional learning for technology integration specialists and teachers in the use of technology. Examples: Technology Integration Specialist meetings; technology training; on-site support and consultation; modeling and coaching of technology tools.
Technical support for Web Filtering products and services deployed by districts
Early childhood supports
includes EDN services
Targeted Improvement Plan (TIP)
Provided by ILCD through the PEaK Project
Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.
All student activities hosted by ESU 10. Examples: Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Digital Citizenship Symposium, STEMfest